Saturday, November 9, 2019

30th Anniversary of the Fall of the Berlin Wall



The Berlin Wall fell in 1989, but Communism didn’t. One hundred years after the Bolshevik Revolution, one fifth of the world’s population still lives under single-party communist regimes in China, Cuba, Laos, North Korea, and Vietnam.

Remembering the night the Berlin Wall went up - and when it came down

The Berlin Wall and barbed wire was erected to keep people trapped in East Berlin under the yoke of Communism. The machine guns killed people who tried to escape. That is what Communism is. As we speak, Communist China is executing political prisoners for organ harvesting. Lest we forget. Communism is no better than Fascism. It is the same thing.



The Rockefellers and Wall Street funded the Communist Revolution in Russia. Communism is funded by big banks and oil companies. That is Corporate Communism. Buyer Beware.

Alexander Solzhenitsyn Warning to the West

Berlin, 1963: Voices From the Wall

Hong Kong protests extradition of political prisoners to China for organ harvesting

2 comments:

  1. Having served in the US Army's Berlin Brigade for 2 years is still, 40 years later a mark of pride. Those who served there were forever affected by the experience. How could you not be, serving in "The Outpost of Freedom" 150km inside Communist territory. The final result of Socialism on display in all it's ugliness every day.

    My self and 2 partners (also American Forces personnel) working in conjunction with a German civilian group were responsible for 14 people exfilling the DDR on 3 runs down the Berlin-Helmstedt autobahn. 8 adults, 6 kids. After all these years, still the thing I have done in my life of which I am most proud.

    This is the kind of story people hear and, since they were never there, they think it's BS. Well, if it was, the STASI wouldn't have had a file on me, and I wouldn't have been able to get a copy of it from the BStU archives in Berlin.

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  2. Western businessmen and top communists had ethnic interests in common. You won't find his book 200 Years Together in English because he was Jew-wise btw.

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